Grace Notes on Disgraced

  My review of the season-opening Long Wharf production of Disgraced, for the New Haven Independent, is here. Here are a few additional comments: It’s a finely balanced, beautifully paced production […]

The Other Goosebumps Show

Saw the Goosebumps film over the weekend with my children, and I couldn’t stop me thinking about a theatrical Goosebumps production of 1998 which was much truer to R.L. Stine’s […]

Three More for Square One

  Square One Theatre’s 2015-16 season begins early next month with Bill C. Davis’ Mass Appeal. It’s Davis’ biggest hit, a small-theater staple that had a Broadway run in 1982 […]

The Archers' Theatricals

  I’ve been a faithful listener to The Archers for decades. I got hooked when I would visit my grandmother in England in the mid-1990s. Then I used to have […]

Miller Airtime

BBC Radio 4 is in the midst of airing an original four-part biographical drama about Arthur Miller, narrated by Ed Harris and starring Ben Feldman as Miller. The project is […]

Hirschfeld Rocks

Al also recognized how rock music had changed. “The Seventies was also a time when rock theatricality was bigger than Broadway theatricality,” he said in 1999. “Those rolling lights-and-sound shows […]